We are very proud of the new 2019 season and all that we are going to accomplish this year. I’ll write more that will go right here but this is what it’s going to look like for now.
Christmas time is such a special time of year. We are happy to offer our services to you and your family again this year! Kingdom Christmas Lights has many options for your Christmas Light display from the new SMD LED, RGB and all the trimmings. Let us put your home on the MUST SEE list this year and years to come! Give us a call or Click on “Start Estimate”
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Kingdom Christmas Lights is excited about CHRISTMAS! We will be having Christmas Light tours for your family and friends. Join us for a fun filled evening looking at all the great displays with our hay ride through Pecan Grove. There is so much eye candy to feast on that you will be full on Christmas.
"It does create that neurological shift that can produce happiness," she said. "I think anything that takes us out of our normal habituation, the normal day in, day out ... signals our senses, and then our senses measure if it's pleasing or not."
Personally? I’m jamming out to I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus by July, so normally I’d say I’m the odd one out. However, science actually agrees with me here! In fact, there’s research that says not to put a time limit on when you can or can’t decorate for Christmas.
She says it may induce warm and fuzzy feelings about childhood experiences. The study also claims that people who decorate the outside of their homes are viewed as friendlier and more approachable than those who don't decorate. "They're much more likely to be someone who wants to interact and does not want to isolate and not socialize."
"Basically it's your house's way of saying, 'Welcome, Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas!'" "Putting up Christmas lights can benefit people in a lot of different ways," Pettijohn, the Psychology department chair at Coastal Carolina University, explained.